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Thread: Throw

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    Super Member AshleyR's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mary123 View Post
    So glad that your sister had your quilt for you.
    Sorry that you were homeless for awhile; know that must have been hard.
    Hope things are a lot better for you now.
    Wishing sunshine for you in your day.
    Thank you! It was truly a blessing in disguise!!!!
    You can have any design you want. As long as it's loops!

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    I really like your shirt quilt and particularly like the black squares that you put into the zig zag. Gives your eye the option of 2 kinds of zig zags. You did a great job on it and 'recycled to reuse' !! Hurray for you!!
    I'm so glad you found it.
    Dona

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    What a great save. Glad you found it and were able to finish it. Enjoy it.

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    Glad you Lund it and pray that your situation has gotten much better! That's the way my mother quilted, card board templates and is scissors.

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    That is a treasure, whether the quilting or fabric is up to your standards today. So glad you found it. Donna

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    What a lovely quilt with lots of history. Great job.

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    I am so glad for you it was not gone forever.
    Suzanne
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    Terrific quilt! Quite the story to it as well. Hope you are in a much better place now~
    Be a blessing to others, as you may entertain angels unaware!

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    Wonderful!! Such a great memory quilt.
    I quilt, therefore I am.

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